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♪ good morning, america. this morning, breaking news -- a disastrous milestone in afghanistan overnight. the 2,000th american service member killed and even more troubling it was once again at the hands of an afghan ally. gunned down. outrage and confusion. a border patrol agent shoots and kills this mother of five after she may have tried to run him over. this morning, a community's anger overflowing. who's to blame? murder for hire. the teacher accused of trying to kill his colleague, caught on tape, hiring a hit man. >> what do you want done with bob meredith? >> i want him killed. >> inside a sensational crime. we got the tapes. and never say never. justin bieber gets violently
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sick on stage, mid-concert, but the pop star rallies back. we have his emotional thank you to the crowd. and happy sunday morning to everyone at home. we have a lot to tell you about on this last day of september, already. october around the corner. including the tsa now under fire, the agency is charged with keeping the nation's airports safe, how did two loaded guns make it through security this week? a lot of worried people in america. >> two loaded guns? they also allowed a live cat. also this morning, the search for a brother and sister missing since their home burned down a week ago. the kids were not inside the home that burned down, so where are they now? the amber alert this morning. plus, you may have hundreds
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even thousands of dollars in hidden accounts that you don't know about, this is a true story, you won't believe how much we helped one family uncover. we'll show you how you can get your money. check this out, from the brilliant minds of two engineers, one from nasa and the other from apple, an $11,000 coffee machine. let me say that again, 11 grand for this coffee machine, these guys said they have made the perfect cup of coffee. how does it taste? we'll test it this morning. ron claiborne has been sneaking some of it already. >> i did have a sample. >> ron took a sip and ran around the block. pretty powerful stuff. but we begin with grim news out of afghanistan, a milestone there, the 2,000th u.s. service member killed in that 11-year-old war. the latest occurred late last
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night in eastern afghanistan. in another apparent insider attack by afghan forces. most of the american combat forces are expected to be out of that country by the beginning of next year. the fbi is investigating a deadly shooting by a border patrol agent. a 32-year-old mother was gund down in suburban san diego after allegedly hitting the agent with her car. abc's reena ninan joins us now. >> good morning, to you, ron. the family called the killing senseless and that the agent involved in self-defense. unjustifiable murder, that's how the family of 32-year-old woman killed by a border patrol agent feel about their death. this morning, they're demanding answers, saying a plainclothes border patrol agent gunned down and killed her without reason.
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>> the no evidence that my wife threatened a trained officer -- you know, a trained officer, to use lethal force. >> reporter: the agent's body leaving this very large dent in the windshield on impact. police say that the agents were in the neighborhood to serve a felony warrant. when the agent was struck by the woman's car and needed to defend himself. >> literally ran our agent down. the agent was impacted, was hit by the vehicle and carried several hundreds of feet on the hood before fearing for his life. did discharge his weapon to get the vehicle to stop. >> reporter: that's when he fired five fatal blows, according toyewitnesses, leaving this mother of five with bullet wounds in her arms and chest and her husband says -- >> yeah, i want justice, yes. whoever shot my wife, that guy whoever he is, he needs to get shot. >> the mother leaves behind five
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kids, ranging in ages 3 to 17. the investigation continues. ron? >> all right, thanks for that report. and a man charged with killing his girlfriend in the state of university of new york dormitory has pleaded not guilty. he was arrested yesterday after allegedly beating his girlfriend to death in her room at a suny-brockport campus. and in spain, protests over government austerity measures turned violent again saturday night. at least one person was injured in those incidents. this was the third time this week that protesters and police have clashed in spain. we all know the old saying, the show must go on. justin bieber's new concert tour got off to a pretty rough start in arizona last night. the singer threw up, on stage, check it out, right there. video evidence. ran off. only to rush off again. that didn't stop him from going on, he kept performing.
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>> i want to saw thank you for making me feel so comfortable. it's not really a great feeling when you're throwing up in front of a bunch of people. >> the trouper that he is, justin bieber went on to finish the nearly two-hour concert. dan? >> and we admire your ability to do such a smooth newscast when you have all that high-priced caffeine coursing through your veins. >> it's pretty good. t-minus three days to what could be a pivotal point in the race for president. both president obama and mitt romney have both stopped campaigning this weekend. cramming their facts and honing their one-liners. it's your voice, your vote, with just 37 days left until the election. abc's david kerley is with us here at the desk. good to see you. >> nice to be here.
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dan, this is a big debate. this is part performance, part policy. the stakes are always high. but for mitt romney, some are saying it's make or break. and for the president, leading in the polls, it's about not letting his challenger back in the race. president obama is in nevada this morning where he'll spend the next three days in debate camp. reportedly at this posh resort in henderson. and he heads into the debate with the latest gallup tracking poll still showing president obama holding a lead this morning, 6 points. >> this is the ball game for mitt romney. if romney doesn't do well in this debate it will be hard to get back in this race. >> reporter: both candidates have checklists. mitt romney has to avoid appearing detached. his to-do list, the three cs, show compassion, that he's competent and that he can indeed connect the voters. >> on those three cs, that's where he's got to really do
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well. >> reporter: while they lead in the polls, team obama know that debates can be a game-changer. so the president will have to look strong and forceful, not passive. he needs to avoid appearing irritable or impatient. and don't be long-winded. >> they need him to answer questions short, concise. and to the point. it's more his mannerismsened his style and the way he comes across. >> the pressure is on for this first debate. it could be a huge audience. anywhere between 50 million to 65 million people may tune in to see these two men square off on wednesday night. >> david, thank you. >> great to see you live, david. let's bring in "this week" host george stephanopoulos. also live, for more on this. the goal wednesday night is for each candidate to focus on the other person's weakness. >> exactly. after seeing ron claiborne's piece, it's to avoid a justin bieber moment. i think obviously, there's much
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more pressure as david said on mitt romney. he's going into this behind. he's got to force an error out of president obama, because he wants to dominate the coverage coming out of the debate so that he can get some momentum. on one hand, he has to be very tough on putting the pressure on president obama. at the same time, he can't appear to be mean. he'll have a tough balancing act on wednesday night. >> how much pressure is he under right now? >> huge, huge. romney is behind in all of the battleground states. this is the last big audience that mitt romney is going to have with about 4 1/2 weeks to go. by the time, we get to the third debate in late october in the battleground states, because of this early voting, a third of the voters with votes already in the can. >> so far, the polls at least show that mitt romney hasn't been able to capitalize on the economy right now. do you think that he could do that with foreign policy? >> that's right.
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the 2,000th death. the president is also facing a lot of questions on the death of the american ambassador chris stevens in benghazi. he has to convince voters that he has the better answers on the economy. >> going to be something. thank you so much. and don't forget to watch abc's "this week" later this morning. george's guests will include new jersey governor chris christie and white house adviser david plouffe. and tune in wednesday of special coverage of one-on-one the candidates debate. at 9:00 p.m. eastern. >> george and diane hosting the debates wednesday night. now, to what has been an embarrassing week for airport screeners. now, more ominously two incidents of loaded guns making it through the x-ray machines undetected.
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abc's mark greenblatt is at new york's laguardia airport. >> good morning to you, dan. frequent travelers complain about evasive screening procedures. two guns made it on to airplanes this week, has many travelers on edge and worried about their safety. a long line of high-profiled security blunders of tsa came to a head on friday, that when a loaded .38 caliber gun went undetected by screeners. new orleans hornets executive joshua richardson, mistakenly took it with him on a flight from new orleans to newark. in just one day earlier in orlando, officers missed another loaded gun, this time in a firefighter's purse, it made it passed security and all the way on to her plane. those lapses came to light. some in congress worry now about what else is slipping through. >> unfortunately, the reports that i get, it's not just this
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one weapon, it's hundreds of items every day. but it can't be tolerated. >> reporter: in dallas, the tsa couldn't keep up with this 65-year-old grandma who carried a gun right passed them in january. >> it makes me feel concerned about what's really going on. >> reporter: even a live animal got through in columbus. where the cat was hiding in a checked bag bound my disney world. the tsa has had many successes. confiscating 1100 weapons so far. this year, 29 guns just last week alone. along with various other knives, tasers and explosives. but when it comes to all of the mistakes, some experts think that the tsa's own screeners may need better screening themselves. >> i think it goes back to type of hiring they did. the educational requirements that they were allowed to put in place, that weren't high enough in my view. . >> reporter: abc news has confirmed that screener
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that let that firefighter on to a plane in orlando with a loaded gun has been removed from screening altogether. they take any incident like this, quote, very seriously. >> a lot of pressure on the tsa. all right, mark. thank you. we'll turn now to the search for two missing children in tennessee. that's intensifying this morning. an amber alert has been issued for a sister and brother ages 7 and 9. that haven't been seen since a fire destroyed their farmhouse. abc's clayton sandell have the latest. >> reporter: few clues this morning in a desperate search for this 9-year-old and her 7-year-old half-brother, a fire destroyed the unionville, tennessee, home where the children lived with their grandparents. both died in last sunday's blaze and at first everybody thought that the kids were killed, too. >> the children were last seen by a neighbor at 6:30, three
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hours before the fire actually broke out. we know that they were in close proximity of the home. within hours before the fire erupting. >> reporter: but after five days searching through ashes, police found no signs of chloe or found no signs of chloe or gage. gage's father said to the associated press, they don't think they burned up in the fire. on saturday, they issued an amber alert. >> it's particularly frustrating that, when you have children of tenders years like these two, you know that unless they are with someone who has no intention of harming them, they're very concerned that they have been in harm's way. >> reporter: the clock ticking. the police are now questioning everyone who knew the kids. including their parents who have extensive criminal records. but investigators say they have no suspects and aren't even sure they have a crime. >> the king in this case is, the origin of the fire, is it an accident?
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or intentional? >> reporter: questions so far, with no answers, and two small children still missing. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> and we're hoping those children are found. time now to switch gears, this is football sunday and finally, it's the real deal this time. the official nfl refs are back this after three weeks of chaos caused by those replacement refs culminating in this horrible call at monday night's packers/seahawks game. the replacement refs became national bad guys. now, one is speaking out to john muller. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. like most football fans i was ranting and raving about replacement refs. after hearing from one of them, it becomes clear, they're not monsters, they're imperfect human beings like the rest of us. >> wilson scrambles to keep it up. >> reporter: it was the play that changed everything, perhaps
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the worst and most controversial call. >> who did they give it to? >> touchdown! >> it's like a jennings interception. >> the call on the field stands, touchdown. >> reporter: the reaction was fast and furious. >> awful. look at the replay. >> reporter: this football fan didn't watch because he was on the field, mike, number 77, a replacement ref in the game speaks out for the first time. >> to see the game fall apart at the end, it was one of those things that makes you go back in the back room and cry a few tears. >> reporter: he had more experience than most of his fellow fill he ins. 13 years of division i college revving. >> you know someone asked me if it's a good call or a bad call it depends on where you live. the replacement refs were at mercy of the crowd. >> reporter: and the mercy of the nation. even on saturday night live. >> time is 2:5.
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>> i'm not dead. also it's 4:30. [ whistle ] >> reporter: through all of the outrage and ridicule, he said that the replacement refs have plenty to proud of. >> we did what we had to do. we kept the league afloat during the preseason and during the first few weeks of the regular season. >> reporter: and what about the standing ovation when the real refs returned thursday night? >> you know, they're the heroes now, they're the stars, they're the saviors of the game, i wish them well. i hope they have a great season. >> likable guy, right? more than 100% of these replacement refs will be watching these games on their couches and no doubt about it, how nice these guys are, everyone in green bay, wisconsin, for sure is happy about that. >> as you said, likable guy, gracious. thank you very much. appreciate it. time now for the weather and ginger zee in grand rapids, michigan, this morning, where she was inducted into your high school hall of fame last night. there's the video. ginger, good morning and congratulations.
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>> oh, my gosh. i can't say thank you enough to the community. you should see the crowd out here. this is pretty wild. we got all of these beautiful kids who came out. "i love gma" signs. this is one of my favorite teachers. a friend of mine. these are like sisters. some of my cheerleading buddies. and andy, will you go to homecoming with this young lady? it's a question we have. cheerleaders are very excited to be here this morning. here's what we want to do, we want to say good morning to not only to the great lakes, but we want to get the weather for the entire nation. we'll take a look first at all of that rain, boy, did they have too much in a lot of places. flooding was better yesterday. today, it comes back, today, flash flooding in louisiana to parts of atlanta. isolated tornadoes. some hail and damaging winds. jackson, mississippi, you're included in that. all of the heat,
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look at that, 100 in los angeles. 99 by tuesday. san diego even in the warm zone. cool and showery in the northeast. that's the big picture. how about a big crowd cheer? >> pleasantly cool on the sunday morning. temperatures in the low 50's. look for a lot of sunshine today the potential for a few showers to the north of us. a system, our way that will a mix of sunshine and clouds. a repeat perfo >> i have to leave it off, this is my brother and his band. they're the rock stars, the outer vibe, art prize is what we're here
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for, 1500 entrants. such a huge deal. the crowd is excited to go to art prize after this. right? all right, a big good morning. they all love dan, bianna and ron. >> ginger, you managed to gather a bigger crowd today than you every did yesterday. which surprised us. so, a lot of people are proud of you and celebrating you. great job, ginger. >> thank you. and now, we're going to turn to another inspiring high school story. it started as a mean-spirited plot that could have been lifted from the movie "mean girls." a 16-year-old bullying victim is nominated for her high school homecoming court as a cool prank. but this brave girl, managed to turn the table on her bullies. it was the whirlwind weekend that wasn't supposed to be. the hummer limo last night. standing ovation on the football field. sophomore whitney kropp sealing her place on the homecoming
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court, just last week, kropp found out last week that her nomination was a complete prank engineered by bullies. the 16-year-old was so upset she thought about killing herself. >> i thought about suicide. i thought that i wasn't worthy at all. >> reporter: the bullied teen didn't let it get the best of her. with the help of family and friends, a support whitney facebook page was set up. her story touching hundreds of thousands of people around the country and world. >> i think it's awful what happened to her. you just want to know that there are people here for her. >> in rally of support, local businesses stepped in, offering a makeover and donating everything from prom dresses to jewelry to anti-bully t-shirts. flowers came in from as far away as california. on friday, at halftime of the homecoming football game, she bravely took the field to accept the nomination. her father walking her down the aisle in the ceremony.
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the opposing team showcasing banners and signs in support. >> i'm surprised that the team we're going against is actually supporting me. wow, that's overwhelming. seriously, i have no words for this right now. >> reporter: and though she didn't win homecoming queen, her courage takes the crown. >> kids who bully, don't let them bring you down. go with your heart and go with your gut. >> she won a lot more than a crown. >> very cool. >> confidence. she looked beautiful. coming up here on "good morning america" -- an inside look at a sensational crime, we have the tapes of a teacher allegedly hiring a hitman to kill a fellow teacher. >> what do you want done with bob meredith? >> i want him killed. >> and it only gets worse from there. plus, show me the money. "good morning america" helps
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these unsuspecting mall shoppers find thousands of dollars in hidden accounts that they didn't even know they had. you won't believe how much money one family found. so, how much is waiting for you? >> that's the question for you. elisabeth laemy is hooking people up. and check this out -- does this contraption make the best cup of coffee? it cost 11 grand. the taste test coming up. [ white ] in my kitchen the heart of a great dish
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[ mitt romney ] there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what... who are pendent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe that government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it... and they will vote for this president no matter what... anand so my job is not to wory about those people. i'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. >> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. >> good morning. know thews, we now of the two people who died yesterday's plane crash.
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on a8-year old was working plane and the hit a tree, and crashed. he and his passenger died at the scene. beautiful start to his son out there. only 50peratures, degrees. light winds. some showers north of the mason-dixon line. few scattered showers. part, a beautiful summer. >> thank you. thanks for watching. now back to
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♪ it's not about the money, money, money ♪ those are random shoppers being given some really good news. "good morning america" helped them find hundreds, even thousands of dollars, of unclaimed money that they didn't even know they had. we even found a family a life-changing amount of money. how can you find your money? we're going to tell you. >> i'm really thinking about going online to get myself some money. apparently, you got some money. >> i did. including matt frucci, lot of "good morning america" staff did, we had no clue. i'm dan harris, this is sunday, september 30th. we're working on a morning show,
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as you know, coffee becomes extremely important, so you can imagine our response when we heard about this thing. it's quite possibly the holy grail of caffeinated goodness. it cost $11,000. so, how does the coffee taste? we'll test it coming up. those people look happy. >> all right, but first that dramatic recording, the teacher allegedly trying to hire a man to murder a colleague. what he didn't know was that the friend was recording the entire conversation. abc's john schriffen is here with the latest. >> it seems to get wilder by the day. because police say no money was exchanged, this audio recording becomes a major piece of evidence. it's filled with racial slurs and profanities and details how to kill a high school teacher.
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>> what do you want done with bob meredith? >> i want him killed. >> all right. >> reporter: stunning revelations inside a courtroom on saturday. when the prosecution played a phone conversation allegedly between high schoolteacher james pepe and his friend who alerted authorities about the bizarre murder for hire scheme. >> we got to kill this [ bleep ]. >> reporter: that's not exactly what you would expect to hear from a history teacher. >> originally i remember, you know, you and i talked about it, and you wanted to pay me to kill him and then i was uncomfortable with that because i have kids. then you wanted me to find some [ bleep ] that didn't work. i found a white supremist and that didn't work. >> reporter: for 11 minutes, the two talked about ways to carry out the plan. at one point, pepe allegedly suggests finding a former student of his. >> reporter: police say pepe was
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upset because he thought that the man he used to work with was spreading rumors about him, saying he was a child molester. but meredith claims that's not true, saying that the two barely knew each other. tuck -- talking to our affiliate earlier this week. >> never words exchanged never? >> reporter: police were tipped off two weeks ago. that's when the fbi got involved. using an undercover agent posing as the hit man. >> here's the deal, you should just talk to the guy. why don't you just talk to him? how do you want meredith killed? >> anyway he wants. i don't give a [ bleep ]. >> reporter: and the prosecution claims that pepe was willing to have meredith knocked off at a school event. if convicted of the charge of
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solicitation, to commit murder, he faces up to 30 years in prison. it's going to be hard to fight those tapes, though, in court. john, thank you. a lot of other news overnight. for that, let's go to the man we turn for overnight headlines. good morning, everyone. in the news, a tragic milestone in afghanistan, the 2,000th u.s. service member has been killed in an apparent inside attack in eastern afghanistan. and the last detainee at military prison at guantanamo bay has returned to canada. he was transferred to a maximum security prison. and some of the biggest names in music raised the awareness for worldwide poverty in new york last night. 06,000 people packed into central park, and more tuned in online to watch the foo fighter neil young, and others at the global citizens festival.
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finally, actress anne hathaway and fiance adam shulman, they tied the knot in big sur, california. on saturday. the couple has been together four years and got engaged last november. time now for the weather and over to ginger zee in grand rapids, michigan, home of the best hamburger in the world, i believe. >> i have been there. you're so right, ron. thank you for mentioning. my brother said that he had really weird dream or a really great surprise. my favorite teacher made me do this. she taught television. good morning to everyone else. we begin this forecast. i want to get into how warm it's going to be. bismarck, 80. rapid city, 80. a beautiful day to look at the fall colors. up near st. paul, minnesota, we got some great video to leave you with. you have to see some peek. we'll take a look at the rest of the forecast in a bit.
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but for now, that's the big good morning. a very pleasant and to the month of september. a mix of sun and clouds out there. 72 to 75. tomorrow, late-day >> all right, this weather brought to you by jimmy dean sausage. i have to also say good morning. this is ashland. she wanted to say something to grandma and grandpa. >> hi. >> hi. that's so cute. so, a big thanks to everyone in gr for coming out in force. big smiles and cheers. everybody happy? we are. back to all of you in the studio. >> bye, ginger. we'll see you later. and coming up on "good morning america" -- show me the
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♪ it's not about the money, money, money ♪ >> there are literally billions, billions with a "b," of unclaimed cash, money that's owed to you that you may not even know existed. enter abc consumer report er elisabeth leamy, she sets up shop at the mall of america to reunite shoppers with the money. >> reporter: at the mall of america, people expect this -- after all, this over-the-top shopping center is known for its indoor roller coasters and the adrenaline rush that goes with them. now, we're about to get their hearts pounding in a whole new way. we have teamed up with the minnesota department of commerce to give back free, yes free, money right in the middle of the mall.
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>> you guys want to find some money? >> reporter: there's just one problem. >> want some money? you sure? >> reporter: these skeptical shoppers don't believe us. >> you guys want to look up unclaimed property to see you have any unclaimed money. we got thousands of dollars. millions of dollars. >> reporter: but they should. statistics show 1 in 10 of us has unclaimed money waiting. it comes from things like, forgotten apartment security deposits. final paychecks that you didn't pick up and money left to you by loved ones. the states hold it for their citizens. minnesota commerce department commissioner loves giving it back. >> you never know, it could be $1,000 or tens of thousands of dollars that's your money. >> reporter: katy westin is one of the doubters. can we change her mind? yes. with a nice find.
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$675 from her extended family. >> i'm very happy. >> reporter: other shoppers see the hubbub and start to line up at last. it's simple. we help them look up their name. if it's more than $100 they move over to our super computer. she searched her grandmother's name. >> $1625. >> reporter: wow. >> she's retired. so, it would help a lot. >> reporter: jason bennett checked his mom's name and found $2,600 in insurance money. >> spend it on the grandkids. >> reporter: as the day goes on, the checks get even bigger. enter this family. maxwell and his sisters joe anne and mary lou. then, a snag. >> we'll be right back with you. >> all right, let's go have some fun, though. >> reporter: we send them off to try out one of the mall of
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america's rides,. best practice for the are roller coaster of emotions that they're about to experience. >> look at this. i got $65,466.85 for you. >> reporter: how can $65,000 be bittersweet, it was left to them by their parents when they died. their mom always wanted to go to italy, but didn't make it. they planned to use the money to travel there in her honor. the entire extended family approves. show me the money mobile strikes again. we gave back more than $87,500 in minnesota. so, the next time you go to the mall you never know, maybe instead of spending money you'll be getting money. for "good morning america," elisabeth leamy, abc news, bloomington, minnesota. >> show me the money!
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>> the family, $65,000, they're going to go now to italy or they can buy six coffeemakers. >> i can't talk. i'm trying to find my money. if you want to find any unclaimed money of your own, check out and make sure it's dot org as the website actually charges you money. >> keep it here on "good morning america." after the break, the world's best cup of coffee brought to you by the geniuses from apple, nasa and m.i.t. the taste test coming up. keep it here. when it comes to toilet paper,
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david smallwood: maryland money needs s to stay in marylan one free try is all it takes. it's just that simple, i mean, it's a no brainer. anncr: every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty... million at casinos in west virginia, delaware... and pennsylvania. one west virginia paper calls it a "cash cow" for them. but its cost maryland over one billion dollars. money that could have created good jobs and... better schools for us. question seven kee maryland money in maryland. david smallwood: question seven, i think it will be a... good thing for the state of maryland. ♪ we're back now with the most ridiculously priced coffeemaker in the history of the planet. it's called -- what is it called again? >> our production model is the
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blossom one limited. >> the blossom one limited. this is justin campbell, he's an m.i.t. grad. >> correct. >> worked on the ipad at apple. what provoked you to build this thing? >> i was drinking a lot of coffee in college and i noticed that the flavors were always different because of the temperature that i was brewing my coffee at. >> so, where does this $11,000 figure come in? >> we're focused on cafes. and restaurants. that's in the price range that they pay for high-end coffeemakers. >> all right, we should try it. ron claiborne. >> i tasted it a little bit earlier. real quick. >> it's really good. it's really good. so, what makes it so good? what is it about this machine that makes the coffee terrific? >> we measure the temperature of the coffee, while it's brewing, it allows us to maintain the
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perfect temperature. which makes a huge impact on flavors. >> if you got a 11 k sitting around, you know what to invest it in. justin, thank you very much for coming in. great coffee. >> and you don't drink coffee. >> i know. i don't even drink coffee. but, anyway, we appreciate you coming in. we'll be right back in just a moment. >> thank you. [ female announcer ] style is long lasting when hair is nourished
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♪ all right, we're around the coffee machine, because not only are we fans of coffee, we also want to do a special salute to a very special colleague who is leaving us today. his name is matt frucci, he's been the senior producer in charge of this broadcast for two years. there he is.
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handsome guy. look at that handsome guy. during the past two years, he has made this broadcast a very, very successful one and a very fun place to be. and we're going to miss you dearly, matt. we want to bring in ginger, who also wants to say something. >> hey, matt, i want to thank you for supporting me and letting me jump off mountains. >> matt, you have been the backbone of the program, so we got you the world's most expensive coffeemaker. just kidding. >> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. >> good morning. in the news, we now know the names of the two people who died in yesterday's's plane crash in county.ania 48-year-old john morton was g on a single engine
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at thehile testing it airport. he and his 13-year-old son, , both died at the scene. millions of dollars are being the fight over expanding gambling in maryland. national gaming has contributed over $18 million to the campaign question 7. mgm has contributed over $11 a group supporting the referendum. now to the forecast. >> it is a magnificent morning in the nation's capital and at beach, you can see some walking on the boardwalk. for us as well. temperatures on the cool side, .leasantly so 57 in alexandria. -- arlington is also 57 to very light wind out there.
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the easternar much of thean see is north of the mason- dixon line. there is a stray showers late this afternoon. savor appeared a mix of sun and clouds. possible -- a nice day savor. and mix of sun and clouds. showers possible. 70 to 75 to start the week. some heavy rain and thunderstorms tuesday, back to on wednesday. i'm barack obama and i approved this message. [ mitt romney ] there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what... who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe that government has a respononsibility
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to care for them, who believe that theare entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it... and they will vote for this president no matter what... d so my job is not to worry about those people. i'll never convince them they shohould take personal responsibility and care for their lives.


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